As I've mentioned before, ensuring that this support and accountability is in a place is a project manager's job and the great ones do this really well.
You know they are doing it well because as a CIO you are always informed, you never doubt the ability of the team to deliver and your peers speak positively about the project and the way it is being led.
They do all of this because they are great leaders and respect your position and the challenges that brings.
Great project managers are rare. They are great because they love what they do and never stop looking for better ways to do it. Do you have any great project managers? If so, what do they do that sets them apart from others? I'd love to hear your views.
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